Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just completed their second official royal engagement in London today, with royal fans and well-wishers describing the actress as "shy" and "overwhelmed" by all the love and support she received from the crowd.
The royal couple
As they arrived, fans began chanting, "I love you
"She was shy because she wasn't expecting people to shout her name like that," Louis continued. "They didn't even shout for Harry. It was all about Meghan. She was really overwhelmed when she got out the car, and she kept touching her mouth."
Louis added that Harry helped guide his fiancée through the crowd. "Harry touched her because she kept turning around [towards the crowd] and causing hysteria from all the people," Louis revealed. "Harry tapped her on her shoulder to tell her to turn away from the crowd."
Louis, who lives in Brixton, added that the royal visit to the south London area held a special significance for the community. "Brixton is a multicultural area and it's doing a lot of big things for young people. Hopefully, people will start investing in Brixton more, because now it's been given that royal stamp of approval—this will be part of Brixton's history."
After their tour of the radio station, the couple also stopped to speak to members of the crowd, with Markle accepting flowers from one well-wisher and shaking hands with others.
A local in the crowd, Jennifer, admitted she didn't know what the royal protocol was, but put her hand out and was warmly greeted by the 36-year-old actress. "I've never met a royal before—and I had no manicure!" she revealed. "But Meghan took my hand anyway, and she shook my hand. Harry didn't take my hand but he locked his eyes
From: ELLE UK
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